Losing a modest amount of weight – such as 5% to 10 % of total body weight – can improve the body’s ability to lower blood glucose levels and reduce heart disease risk factors.
Everyone has stress in their lives at certain times, but this is especially true for people who are living with a chronic disease – such as diabetes – which can often be challenging to manage.
People with type 2 diabetes may be able to achieve diabetes remission through weight loss and other healthy lifestyle changes. Read this article to learn about diabetes remission.
Normally, the insulin in your body allows your cells to convert blood sugar into energy. But when you have insulin resistance, your cells aren’t responding properly, which causes blood sugar levels to rise. Here’s a look at the signs and symptoms of insulin resistance to watch for, as well as the ways you can help prevent it from becoming a concern in your life.
We all know that physical activity is good for us – whether we have diabetes or not! However, several studies have confirmed a couple of important facts about physical activity
Much of the coverage of COVID-19 has been focused upon our physical health. But what about our psychological health? Times like these make those of us who are already anxious, even more anxious. We worry about our own health and the health of our loved ones as well as our job stability, food insecurity and the economy. It can be overwhelming.